Apple Tuesday released a security update for Mac OS X that patched 45 vulnerabilities, including several in the open-source Samba file-sharing code that researchers recently warned still threatened users more than 10 weeks after the discovery of crit...
The WiMax hype machine may be getting ready to crank into life once again, with Intel planning a major campaign around mobile WiMax next year, connected to the launch of networks and hardware supporting the technology.
Some home and office laser printers pose serious health risks and may spew out as much particulate matter as a cigarette smoker inhales, according to a local air quality researcher said.
First there were the iPod Socks (from Apple) and then the iPod trainers (Nike). There has even been a pair of iPod pants (iBoxer), bringing new meaning to the shuffle and mini. Obviously there are a few iPod hats out there, with hidden headphones, fr...
Apple claims that more than three billion songs have been downloaded from its online iTunes Store.
AT&T Inc. made its first foray into over-the-air music downloads in a deal with independent music seller eMusic.com Inc. that excludes iPhone users.
Just when you thought it was safe to go into the laundry room -- where you'd be away from phones that do everything but park your car, because the car does that by itself -- they've gone and done it.
Microsoft Corp. hasn't divulged detailed plans for the next release of its Zune music player, but a company executive last week offered hints that seem to support reports that a flash memory-based Zune and 80-gigabyte device could be in the works.
Officials in New York state asked Apple on Monday to change its iPhone design to allow consumers to replace their own batteries, just days after lawyers in Illinois filed a class-action lawsuit over the same complaint.
Zango is being accused by spyware researcher Ben Edelman of engaging in practices likely to "confuse, deceive, or otherwise harm" typical Web surfers.
A new Web site assessment service launched by Accenture could help businesses get more bang out of the bucks they invest in their consumer sites.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday set the conditions on a chunk of valuable wireless spectrum to be auctioned by early next year, putting open-access rules on a third of the spectrum.
Google has resolved the latest data outage to hit Google Analytics, and it promises to cut down on the frequency of technical problems affecting the Web site traffic-monitoring service.
Sharp is to build an LCD (liquid crystal display) manufacturing plant in west Japan that is likely to be the most advanced of its kind when it begins production.
Researchers at Symantec have developed a system that mines underground Web sites and chat rooms for sensitive information that is being sold.
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